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    My supervisor is now directly lifting my work - he is publishing it in his own name. It is plagiarism - and he just laughs at me.
    What should I do? The university will do nothing to help me and he is threatening to not give me a reference if I report him.
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    (Original post by corruptlecturer)
    My supervisor is now directly lifting my work - he is publishing it in his own name. It is plagiarism - and he just laughs at me.
    What should I do? The university will do nothing to help me and he is threatening to not give me a reference if I report him.
    He sounds like a ****. Report him.
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    Simple. Publish your work before he does!
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    Talk to someone you trust. Are there any other lectures that aren't close friends to the your stealing professor.

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    Just Get in contact with his boss.
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    Don't let the reference thing threaten you. There is more than one person you can go to for a reference.

    Report him.
 
 
 
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